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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:52913
Doc. No:TL22867
Call number:‭MR80145‬
Main Entry:Brian Robert Mee
Title & Author:A comparison of birth narratives found in the Hebrew ScripturesBrian Robert Mee
College:St. Stephen's College (Canada)
Date:2005
Degree:M.Th.
student score:2005
Page No:142
Abstract:The miraculous birth stories of the Hebrew Scriptures introduce important characters to the Hebrew text. Each birth story begins an important Hebrew faith narrative. This thesis contrasts four birth narratives. I will look at the similarities and differences between the four birth narratives and contrast them. This contrast will include with non-biblical literature from the Ancient Near East. Also included in this study is an examination of key words. I look at how the key words developed and how they were typically used in the Hebrew text and neighboring Semitic languages. These word studies help the reader to understand some the emphasis that the writer(s) of the narratives developed for their stories. The thesis begins with some brief sections that introduce the reader to biblical ideas of family, adoption, inheritance, role of women and pregnancy. Also included in the introductory material is a brief comment on intertextuality. These sections help introduce the thesis reader to possible background material the original readers of these narratives may have had prior to reading them.
Subject:Philosophy, religion and theology; Biblical studies; 0321:Biblical studies
Added Entry:St. Stephen's College (Canada)